Watershed will be representing at the Nantahala Outdoor Center’s annual Guest Appreciation Festival held this weekend, September 24-26 2010 at NOC’s main outpost in Wesser (just outside of Bryson City). Come by and visit for great deals on new and used gear. For more information, check out their website: www.noc.com
Hope to see you there!
Hello fellow Whitewater Enthusiasts!
Watershed will, once again, be attending American Whitewater’s Gauley Fest up in Summersville, WV this weekend, Sept 17-19. We will be selling seconds and BLEM (Blemished) bags ranging from $20-$200. This year we will also be selling our new line of Tramp Mesh Duffels at a special Gauley Fest/ introductory rate offer: (priced as follows: Medium for$45; Large at $60; Extra Large for $75). We will also be selling our ocoee and chattooga liners & divider sets, so come on by and visit the Watershed booth! We will be set up and ready to sell by 5pm Friday, Sept. 17, 2010. All sales are CASH ONLY. Come by early and get first choice- we sell out FAST!
See you there!
Thanks to our new Japanese distributor: Hatch, Watershed’s popular zip-dry bags are making a big splash in Japan. Be on the lookout for their new webpage: http://www.watershed-jp.com/ Coming Soon!
Watershed’s new waterproof, submersible Ipad bag allows you to actually use your Ipad while still in the bag. Imagine teaching a dive class underwater with this baby! When not in use, you can conceal your Ipad with the nice cover flap.
Ipad screen concealed with button snap flap!
This bag comes with a shoulder strap, as well. What a great way to protect your investment! Stylish and functional…let us know what you think. Retail cost is $96.95. These are currently on the website for sale and are available in Red, Blue, Yellow, Black, Alpha Green, Clear and Multicam (Multicam fabric is extremely limited and may carry an additional back order time, please inquire with our office if this color is what you need).
Protect your investment with the new Watershed Ipad Bag!
Last year, EP teamed up with National Geographic Monster Fish guru Zeb Hogan and a pair of Brazilian scientists to explore a remote 400-mile-long river — the River of Doubt (now called the Rio Roosevelt) in southwestern Brazil. Our mission: catch the tuna-sized catfish and paddle the Class V whitewater Teddy Roosevelt first described during his exploration of this Amazon tributary in 1914. Like Roosevelt, we walked away with mixed success, but that’s the nature of expeditionns–especially in the Amazon. Find out why (hint: potentially violent tribes may have had something to do with it) when Jungle Catfish airs on the National Geographic Channel at 10 p.m. East Coast time (or 9 p.m. Central; 8 p.m. Mountain; 10 p.m. West Coast).
To check out the next viewing, please go to the website for the TV show: http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/series/monster-fish/4767/Overview#tab-Videos/08441_00
Epicocity Project's Trip Jennings and Andy Maser get interviewed
Check out the latest with Team Watershed’s Jesse Coombs:
One of the great international trips we did this year in the filming of Hotel Charley 5: First Descent happened in August 2009 near Mazatlan Mexico. This trip was the first descent of that turns out to be the deepest canyon in North America: Barranca de Piaxtla. Having completed the most difficult portage of our lives, we were then faced with a box canyon gorge that was over 8,300 feet high on both sides. There was no turning back, and we were faced with a class 5 blind corner. The ultimate dilemma…..
Check out the final segment of this adventure here!!!